I will have to agree with Twilightbard here, I find it very odd that you find me scum for defending NFY while you yourself agreed that upon reading her debate with Stoic again (even though you already said you've done you so when you started suspecting her) you realized that she seemed town to you, so why does it make me seem scum that I found her to be town before you and in part I guess was the reason for your re-read? Even more odd it is that you then say that you found Jef suspicious because he was against NFY? I don't follow that logic, others was against her to, you among them - why doesn't that influence them?
I don't find you scum; I find you totally neutral now. I also would move jefequeso to totally neutral, except that he hasn't posted once since I joined the game. It isn't his fault, but I still would like to see him post in reaction to the recent thread happening before i come down one way or the other completely.
I reread because she asked me what exactly she did to make me think she was guilty. I couldn't find anything, so I changed my stance on her. Since your guilt depended a lot on NFY's guilt, I had to re-assess my stance on you to 'neutral'. Jefequeso's posts in support of NFY were weaker than yours, so I am not totally sold on him until I see him post more.
As for why I suspect some people but not others, it all comes down to the feeling I get when I read their posts. Some people just seem more off
to me. Some folks just seemed like they were bandwagoning for no reason other than to sow dissent amongst town. Not all of them are guilty of this, however they all did it so, in my eyes, they are all just as potentially guilty until something changes.
If you, or anyone else, wants me to go back and cite actual examples, it isn't going to happen. Until someone moves from 'leaning scum' to 'scum' on my list, I am not going to bother to try to build a case, with citations, against them. My list was a list of current feelings
on other players. It isn't anything totally objective for everyone. Take it for what it is... or don't.
True, it doesn't mean he's town, but I like to play the odds, and 1) given the circumstances, 2) given the fact that double voters are rarely mafia, I think he's leaning town from a pure probability standpoint. You seem to have strong opinions on him being scum. Do you think his actions are scummy enough that it completely overshadows the probability factor?